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Guide for LibGuide Authors   Tags: authors, building_libguides, creating_libguides, libguides, library_services, sears  

This guide will show you how to create and publish a LibGuide for MPS.
Last Updated: May 31, 2013 URL: http://libguides.mpsaz.net/creating_libguides Print Guide RSS Updates

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Almost There

Once you have added all of your content and are ready to publish, there are still a few more steps -- outlined on this page -- that you need to take.

Once these steps are completed, your guide will be published and will be listed on libguides.mpsaz.net.

Of course, you can continue to make changes to the guide after it is published.

 

Publishing

Publishing Your LibGuide

To ensure the above criteria is met, as well as consistency and quality, Library Services will review LibGuides before they are published.

  • To see what your guide will look like when published, click on Preview on the yellow command bar at the top of the page - the preview page will open in a new window
  • To submit your guide for review, send a request for feedback to llsears@mpsaz.org
  • Library Services should be able to provide feedback within 2-3 working days
  • At the end of the feedback period, Library Services will either publish your guide to libguides.mpsaz.net or notify you with revisions needed to meet the criteria
  • Once revisions are made, resubmit for publication
 

LibGuide Criteria

To print the LibGuide Publishing Criteria Checklist, click the link below.

 

Reviewing Your Guide

LibGuide Publishing Criteria Checklist 

Guide Purpose:

            o  Guide has a title and a description that clearly defines the purpose

 

Guide Organization:

            o   Guide is project/assignment driven or compliments a unit of study and includes:

                     - Explanation for guide use and/or project

                     - Student requirements and/or expectations

                     - Pages (tabs) are clearly titled and serve as an index to guide content

            o   Pages (tabs) are formatted logically and purposefully to support guide purpose

            o   Content boxes are formatted logically and purposefully

 

Guide Content:

            o   Content is appropriate for intended audience

            o   Content is relevant to purpose

            o   Content provides access to relevant information and promotes quality research

            o   All guide resources are accompanied by a brief description

            o   Content is sufficient to thoroughly support the purpose

            o   All content is cited appropriately

 

Guide Resources:

            o   MPS library resources are highlighted and are accompanied by a brief description

            o   Specific print, eBook, and/or database resources are identified that support guide purpose

                o   Web links selected are relevant and have been thoroughly reviewed for content and

                 audience appropriateness

            o   Video and/or podcasts provide relevant information for the user and have been thoroughly

                 reviewed for content and audience appropriateness

            o   If logins are required, user names/passwords cannot be posted

 

Guide Tools:

            o   Widgets are included for easy access to databases when appropriate

            o   RSS feeds are included when appropriate

            o   Web links and widgets are working

 

Guide Appearance:

            o   Color scheme is appealing to users and reflects an academic appearance that does not

                 distract from content

            o   Images are relevant to the content and add to the appearance

            o   Absolutely no spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors

            o   Sentences are complete thoughts

 

**  Before your guide is published, a request for review and feedback should be sent to llsears@mpsaz.org.  Once reviewed and any revisions are made, your guide will be published.

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